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Ser Winery 2018 Graciano

Female Winemaker, Low Intervention Winemaking
$34.00
- small | $65.00- Large
Savory and meaty with perfumed aromas of violets and red berries. Bright red fruit, very smooth and finishes with silky tannins.
Pairs with:
Red Meat
Red Meat
Cured Meats
Cured Meats
Pasta
Pasta
Cheese
Cheese
Practices:
Low Intervention
Hand Harvested
Sustainable Farming
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Variety - 100% Graciano
Winemaker - Nicole Walsh
Appellation - Borden Ranch AVA, Lodi, CA
Vineyard - Bokisch Vineyard
Alcohol - 13.4%
Case Production - 70 cases
Vinification and Elevage - 5 day cold soak, indigenous yeast fermentation in 1 ton fermenters. 6 day maceration post fermentation. Pressed to neutral French oak puncheon for 18 months.

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Graciano

Graciano is a Spanish red wine grape that is grown primarily in Rioja. The vine produces a low yield that are normally harvested in late October. The wine produced is characterized by its deep red color, strong aroma and ability to age well. Graciano thrives in warm, arid climates. The classic Graciano wine is moderately tannic, deeply colored and intensely perfumed, with aromas of mulberry, violets and chocolate. In Rioja, where most red wines are aged in oak, these notes are complemented by vanilla and sweet spices. Unfortunately, Graciano vines are less successful in the vineyard than in the winery. Not only are they particularly susceptible to mildew, they are also very low-yielding, making the variety unpopular among vine growers.

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